Foster Rhea Dulles

Foster Rhea Dulles

Fellow: Awarded 1938
Field of Study: U.S. History

Competition: US & Canada

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1937–38:

DULLES, FOSTER RHEA:  Appointed for a study of recreational activities—amusements, games, sports and other diversions—in America from the colonial period until modern times, with an interpretation of changing trends in popular use of leisure time; tenure, twelve months from April 1, 1938.

Born January 24, 1900, at Englewood, New Jersey. Education:  Princeton University, A.B., 1921; Columbia University, M.A., 1928.

Publications:  The Old China Trade, 1930; Eastward Ho, 1931; America in the Pacific, 1932; Lowered Boats, 1933; Harpoon, 1935; Forty Years of American-Japanese Relations, 1937. Articles and reviews in Current History, Independent, Scribner’s Magazine, New York Times Magazine, Saturday Review of Literature, New York Herald Tribune Books, Bookman, Political Science Quarterly.

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